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How much to replace CA clutch

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Mark S.

11-05-2002 09:21:13




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Any idea what it would cost to have the clutch replaced in my '52 CA?? I'm thinking about buying the clutch for Walt's tractors and having a local shop do the install.
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Mark 1952 Model CA




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T.J.-N.J.

11-07-2002 07:14:40




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 Re: How much to replace CA clutch in reply to Mark S., 11-05-2002 09:21:13  
Hi Mark, I have been a mechanic for 17 years now and worked in a public garage for the first couple, the boss used to have customers wanting to bring their own parts in to save money, sometimes this was ok with him if it was something really oddball that would require a lot of time for him to look up and locate but he got burned once on a timing belt that a customer supplied, It broke in a few thousand miles punching the valves into the pistons. The customer was a friend of a really good commercial customer so he did the labor for free,but the customer had to pay for the machine shop work on the head. This was the end of customer supplied parts, unless it was worded no warranty on the work order and signed by the customer.As the boss would tell the customers you don't bring your hamburger to McDonalds for them to cook. I am not knocking Walt's parts quality I am only stating shop policy, I am probably going to buy a manifold for my Ca from them in a few months. Just make sure it is ok with the shop doing the work before you order your parts. Just my 2 cent's worth T.J.

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Justin

11-05-2002 20:26:27




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 Re: How much to replace CA clutch in reply to Mark S., 11-05-2002 09:21:13  
In addition to what Justin in NY said, if the clutch is fixable I would do it yourself. I split a B a while back and took the clutch apart sanded it all down cleaned everything and I was able to free it up and it works great now.

Justin



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Justin NY

11-05-2002 19:03:04




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 Re: How much to replace CA clutch in reply to Mark S., 11-05-2002 09:21:13  
Mark, I wouldn't pay more tha acouple $200,You can do it yourself without really the best tools in about 1/2 day.I just split a CA and changed the engine without the best tools by myself=6hrs.Good luck! Justin NY



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Justin

11-05-2002 16:42:51




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 Re: How much to replace CA clutch in reply to Mark S., 11-05-2002 09:21:13  
Hey, go to this website>Link

they>Link have a brand new clutch system for $139.95. About the cheapest I have seen around.

Justin



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